The captivating design of the Research Pavilion at the University of Stuttgart recalls numerous possible connotations because of the characteristic shape. The spider-web Research Pavilion at the University of Stuttgart.1The structure resembles ramified cocoon, highlighted spider-web or biomimetic membrane in a semicircular form.  This self-constructed habitat was designed by a team of ICD/ITKE faculty and students. Thanks to the astonishing creation, the building attracts attention with the immaculate construction of carbon-fiber bundles accompanied with a translucent ETFE membrane.

The spider-web Research Pavilion at the University of Stuttgart.3 The spider-web Research Pavilion at the University of Stuttgart.2 The spider-web Research Pavilion at the University of Stuttgart.4 The spider-web Research Pavilion at the University of Stuttgart.5 The spider-web Research Pavilion at the University of Stuttgart.6 The spider-web Research Pavilion at the University of Stuttgart.7 The spider-web Research Pavilion at the University of Stuttgart.8 The spider-web Research Pavilion at the University of Stuttgart.9 The spider-web Research Pavilion at the University of Stuttgart.10Images via e-architect.co.uk